cinnamomum zeylanicum


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Related to cinnamomum zeylanicum: Ceylon cinnamon, Cinnamomum cassia, Cinnamomum verum
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Grows to 50ft (15m) The inner barkConsidered by many cultures to have aphrodisiac properties. Take with anything sugary or sweet because it helps stabilize the sugar levels in the blood. It is a strong fungicide and bacteria-killer that knocks out yeasts and molds (which just happen to feed on sugar). It helps kill dangerous aflatoxins found in all breads and peanuts. These aflatoxins have been connected with liver cancer. That’s right! Eating breads and flour foods on a daily basis can lead to liver cancer. Cinnamon oils are used against HIV and herpes. Aside from killing molds, fungus and bacteria, cinnamon also stimulates circulation and stimulates other herbs to work faster. Used to relieve cramps, colic, stress, anxiety, gas, diarrhea, nosebleeds, heavy menstrual bleeding, blood cleanser, infection preventer, digestive aid, nausea, tiredness, depression, and general body pains. Inhaling oil of cinnamon can help with chest infections, colds. (then follow up with thyme). For uterine and menstrual problems, try cinnamon with blue cohosh.
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Anti-Hemolytic activity of Cinnamomum zeylanicum oil against P.aeruginosa Bacterial Plasma Control Determination of Isolates protein content Reading of blood plasma inoculated with bacterial cell free extract P.aeruginosa 1 0.1 1.85 P.aeruginosa 2 1.72 P.aeruginosa 3 0.7 P.aeruginosa 4 1.1 P.aeruginosa 5 0.9 P.aeruginosa 6 1.5 Bacterial Blood plasma Isolates inoculated with bacteria cell free extract and treated with Cinnamomum zeylanicum oil P.aeruginosa 1 0.2 P.aeruginosa 2 0.15 P.aeruginosa 3 0.19 P.aeruginosa 4 0.14 P.aeruginosa 5 0.1 P.aeruginosa 6 0.12 Photometric reading result of the Cinnamomum zeylanicum oil alone = 0.1 [+ or -] 0.1 Table 2.
Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) EO was achieved by steam distillation in a Clevenger-type apparatus (MA480 Marconi) and its density was evaluated by weighing a volume of 1 mL (FONSECA; LIBRAND, 2008).
In this study we have synthesized the silver and gold nanoparticles by using the bark of Cinnamomum zeylanicum (C.
de Vas Gunawardana, and P Katulanda, "Efficacy and safety of "true" cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) as a pharmaceutical agent in diabetes: a systematic review and metaanalysis," Diabetic Medicine, vol.
Among five Cinnamomum species studied, Cinnamomum zeylanicum leaves demonstrated highest DPPH (1,1 -diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl) radical scavenging activity, total antioxidant activity and reducing power, while Cinnamomum tamala leaves exhibited highest superoxide anion scavenging activity (Prasad, 2009).
Toxicity studies in mice of common spices Cinnamomum zeylanicum bark and piper lonum fruits.
Table 1: Popular Essential Oils in Soap and Cosmetic Formulations Common Name Vanilla Almond Sandalwood Oil Cinnamon Oil Lemon Oil Peppermint Oil Lavender Oil Rose Oil Botanical Source Vanilla planifolia Prunus dulcis Santalum album Cinnamomum zeylanicum Citrus sinensis Mentha piperita Lavandula angustifolia Rosa hybrida Key Chemical Constituents Vanillin, Ethyl vanillin Benzaldehyde, mandelonitrile [alpha]- and ([beta]-Santalol, lanceal Cinnamaldehyde d-Limonene, Geraniol, Citral I-Menthol Linalool Citral, [beta]-phenyl ethanol, other
Os tratamentos consistiram de T1: produto comercial Bioprotector (a base de extratos e oleos vegetais), T2: oleo essencial de canela (Cinnamomum zeylanicum Blume.), T3: oleo essencial de verbena (Verbena officinalis L.), T4: oleo essencial de mostarda (Brassica nigra (L.) Koch.), todos diluidos em agua, nas concentracoes de 0,5% (v/v) e 1% (v/v), e T5: tratamento testemunha (agua).
Cinnamomum zeylanicum as a medicinal plant, belongs to Luaraceae family.
Historically, the plant was confused with cinnamon-smell trees (Cinnamomum zeylanicum Blume and Ocotea quixos Lam.) during the voyage of Pizarro and Orellana from the Andes to the Amazon Estuary about 1540, and during the Humbolt and Bonpland's 1800 expedition to found the "famous cinnamon of the Orinoco River" (Fernandes de Oviedo, 1959; Naranjo et al., 1981).
Jayaprakasha et al.,Chemical Composition of the Flower Oil of Cinnamomum zeylanicum blume.
Keywords: Psoroptes cuniculi; Cinnamomum zeylanicum; Essential oil; In vitro and in vivo acaricidal activity